Facts about Morris Raphael Cohen

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Morris Raphael Cohen was a famous Philosopher from Russia, who lived between July 25, 1880 and January 28, 1947. He/she became 66 years old.

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He/she is born under the zodiac leo, who is known for Ruling, Warmth, Generosity, Faithful, Initiative. Our collection contains 20 quotes who is written / told by Morris.

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Famous quotes by Morris Raphael Cohen (20)


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"Cruel persecutions and intolerance are not accidents, but grow out of the very essence of religion, namely, its absolute claims"
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"A creative element is surely present in all great systems, and it does not seem possible that all sympathy or fundamental attitudes of will can be entirely eliminated from any human philosophy"
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"Liberalism regards life as an adventure in which we must take risks in new situation, in which there is no guarantee that the new will always be the good or the true, in which progress is a precarious achievement rather than inevitability"
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"Conservatism clings to what has been established, fearing that, once we begin to question the beliefs that we have inherited, all the values of life will be destroyed"
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"Law is a formless mass of isolated decisions"
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"It has generally been assumed that of two opposing systems of philosophy, e.g., realism and idealism, one only can be true and one must be false; and so philosophers have been hopelessly divided on the question, which is the true one"
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"It is not impossible to think that the minds of philosophers sometimes act like those of other mortals, and that, having once been determined by diverse circumstances to adopt certain views, they then look for and naturally find reasons to justify these views"
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"To be sure, the vast majority of people who are untrained can accept the results of science only on authority"
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"Liberalism, on the other hand, regards life as an adventure in which we must take risks in new situations, in which there is no guarantee that the new will always be the good or the true, in which progress is a precarious achievement rather than inevitability"
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"Let philosophy resolutely aim to be as scientific as possible, but let her not forget her strong kinship with literature"
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"Lastly, literature and philosophy both allow past idols to be resurrected with a frequency which would be truly distressing to a sober scientist"
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"This open eye for possible alternatives which need to be scrutinized before we can determine which is the best grounded is profoundly disconcerting to all conservatives and to almost all revolutionaries"
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"The method of exposition which philosophers have adopted leads many to suppose that they are simply inquiries, that they have no interest in the conclusions at which they arrive, and that their primary concern is to follow their premises to their logical conclusions"
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"Liberalism is an attitude rather than a set of dogmas - an attitude that insists upon questioning all plausible and self-evident propositions, seeking not to reject them but to find out what evidence there is to support them rather than their possible alternatives"
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"If religion cannot restrain evil, it cannot claim effective power for good"
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"If a philosophic theory is once ruled out of court, no one can tell when it will appear again"
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"Again, both literature and philosophy work by appealing to certain reigning idols"
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"The picture which the philosopher draws of the world is surely not one in which every stroke is necessitated by pure logic"
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"In thus pointing out certain respects in which philosophy resembles literature more than science, I do not mean, of course, to imply that it would be well for philosophy if it ceased to aim at scientific rigor"
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"Literature and philosophy both allow past idols to be resurrected with a frequency which would be truly distressing to a sober scientist"


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